Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 27 To 28 March 2021

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It’s the last weekend of March! Spend time with your family enjoying the sights of Singapore and participate in meaningful causes. Here are some things which are taking place from 27 to 28 March 2021, and suggestions of things to do.


Things To Do This Weekend In Singapore: 27 to 28 March 2021

Sentosa Kids Play Free

Gogreen Segway® Eco Adventure Sentosa Cycling Bike Rental

It’s the last weekend where kids play for free at the island of fun. Enter Sentosa for free and have an epic family time at Sentosa with its awesome Kids Play Free deals! One child (aged 12 and below) enjoys free entry with every paying adult at selected Sentosa attractions.

Read more here.


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Switch Off the Lights for Earth Hour

Singapore Earth Hour
Image: WWF

This Earth Hour, which takes place on Saturday, turn off your lights as an act of solidarity to bring attention to the importance of fighting Climate Change. For Earth Hour 2021 in Singapore, the organisers are encouraging all Singaporeans to write their own Kosong Plan. Find out more about the Kosong Plan here.


Go on a Farm Tour

Kampung Fun Tour

From goats to frogs and even soft shell crabs, check out some of these interesting farms in Singapore and discover Singapore’s countryside. There are also plenty of hands on activities for the kiddos to try. What’s more, you can use your SingapoRediscovers Voucher on the tours too! Get some ideas here.


Go on a Fort Canning Park Adventure Quest

Lighthouse

Up for a challenge? This Adventure Quest at Fort Canning got us visiting places we never knew about such as its themed gardens. Given how Fort Canning Hill is of such historic significance, there’s much to learn! Read more details here.


Walk Along the Rail Corridor (Central)

Railway Signs at the Green Corridor

Rail Corridor Central stretches along the former railway line from Upper Bukit Timah Road to Dunearn / Bukit Timah Road. It is a trail that covers the 4 km distance from the truss bridge at Upper Bukit Timah Road to the truss bridge at Bukit Timah Road and the former Bukit Timah Railway Station. Read on to see more things to see on the way there.


Visit the Musical Playground

Outdoor Musical Instruments

Located in the north-western corner of Gardens by the Bay South, close to the water and the linkway that connects to Marina Bay, the Musical Playground is a little play spot where people of all ages can come together and have musical fun. Don’t forget to also pay a visit to the new Social Kitchen Outlet at Gardens by the Bay. Read more about the Music Playground here.


Wander around Hindhede Nature Park

Tree climbing poles

The Hindhede is a Danish family name (roughly pronounced “hin-d-her”) and the Hindhede Quarry at Bukit Timah Hill was named after Danish civil engineer Jens Hindhede. It opened in 2001 and is designed for families with young children.

Check out this quiet spot here!


Get Down to Downtown East’s Easter Egg Room

IG-worthy Easter Eggs pasir ris

Just two more weeks to visit the Downtown East Easter Egg Room and try your hand at some arcade games as well as some IG-worthy Easter Eggs! There are also refreshed Lite-On exhibits around the area by various local artists. While you’re there, try this walking art trail in Pasir Ris too!

More details on the Easter Egg Room here.


Take a Road Trip to Seletar Aerospace Park

Hampstead Wetlands Park

Seletar might be known for its airport which serves mainly private jets but it is an enclave of atmospheric dining, children’s play spots and a nature area that draws droves of birding enthusiasts. Check out our fun road trip to Seletar as well as two other far-flung neighbourhoods here.


READ: Colourful Huts at this Playground in the North

READ: How to Give Your Child's Learning a Boost